SGA officer resigns, citing changing economic climate
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SGA officer resigns, citing changing economic climate

Katrina Kelly officially resigned as SGA Director of Communications in an email released earlier in January. In the email, the senior mentioned, “I have recently, out of financial…

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Men’s lacrosse season preview

Players preparing for a game last season. Photo by Ian Fieldmann

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Men’s lacrosse season preview

Since the beginning of time, people have used sounds to identify with a multitude of things, from the chirping of the birds to signify the start of the…

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NASA employee Amy Lien researches an unusual blast in space nicknamed the Cow
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NASA employee Amy Lien researches an unusual blast in space nicknamed the Cow

Last summer, astronomers around the globe took a sudden interest in an intriguing blast that appeared in the sky. Referred to as the Cow, after its official name…

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Grand River Solutions consultants are publicly introduced to UMBC

This flyer, which discusses the mission of UMBC's Retriever Courage, was passed out by members of Retriever Courage at ____. Photo by Natalie Murray.

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Grand River Solutions consultants are publicly introduced to UMBC

As UMBC continues to respond to last semester’s allegations of mishandled sexual assault cases, Jody Shipper and Cherie Scricca, the two Title IX consultants from Grand River Solutions,…

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Student CEO promotes black women in economics
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Student CEO promotes black women in economics

The first annual Sadie T.M. Alexander Conference for black women in economics and related fields will be held in Washington D.C. at Mathematica Policy Research offices later this…

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Dogfight: Shorthanded Retrievers stun the Great Danes
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Dogfight: Shorthanded Retrievers stun the Great Danes

The sky was falling, or at least that was how it seemed. The UMBC Retrievers men’s basketball team took on UAlbany at the Event Center on Saturday, and…

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